History Music / LimpBizkit

30th May '16 10:53:18 PM vexer
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* BlatantLies: band has been working on the new record "Stampede of the Disco Elephants" since 2012 and it's not released yet. The latest single "Endless Slaughter" was released on August 1st, 2014 - now guess, do they really work on the album?
22nd Apr '16 5:31:32 AM Berrenta
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* PrettyFlyForAWhiteGuy: Fred Durst was considered this for a time as well, but appears to have [[ItGetsBetter matured over time]].

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* PrettyFlyForAWhiteGuy: Fred Durst was considered this for a time as well, but appears to have [[ItGetsBetter matured over time]].time.
21st Apr '16 7:25:53 AM Berrenta
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* {{Jerkass}}: Fred Durst was considered this when the band became really big, but he's [[ItGetsBetter gotten better]] since then.

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* {{Jerkass}}: Fred Durst was considered this when the band became really big, but he's [[ItGetsBetter gotten better]] better since then.
23rd Mar '16 11:16:10 AM aye_amber
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* ConceptVideo: The music video for "My Way" [[MetaHumor pokes fun at Concept Videos]], with the production crew constantly changing the concept as the video proceeds. Examples include Limp Bizkit the doo-wop band, Limp Bizkit the biker gang, Limp Bizkit the KISS-expy, and Limp Bizkit the cavemen.

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* ConceptVideo: The music video for "My Way" [[MetaHumor pokes fun at Concept Videos]], concept videos, with the production crew constantly changing the concept as the video proceeds. Examples include Limp Bizkit the doo-wop band, Limp Bizkit the biker gang, Limp Bizkit the KISS-expy, and Limp Bizkit the cavemen.
6th Feb '16 11:12:30 AM Freshmeat
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The relationship between Wes Borland and the rest of the band, particularly Durst, also suffered, to the point where Borland left the band to form Music/BlackLightBurns, while Limp Bizkit released an album, ''Results May Vary'', without him; it was the band's worst-reviewed. Borland rejoined the band for ''The Unquestionable Truth, Part 1'', released on Creator/GeffenRecords, which was better received, but left the band again. Borland eventually rejoined the band, because it was decided that "We were more disgusted and bored with the state of heavy popular music than we were with each other." During the band's comeback, they released [[MagnumOpus their most critically acclaimed album]], ''Gold Cobra''. As of 2012, the band signed with Cash Money Records.

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The relationship between Wes Borland and the rest of the band, particularly Durst, also suffered, to the point where Borland left the band to form Music/BlackLightBurns, while Limp Bizkit released an album, ''Results May Vary'', without him; it was the band's worst-reviewed. Borland rejoined the band for ''The Unquestionable Truth, Part 1'', released on Creator/GeffenRecords, which was better received, but left the band again. Borland eventually rejoined the band, because it was decided that "We were more disgusted and bored with the state of heavy popular music than we were with each other." During the band's comeback, they released [[MagnumOpus their most critically acclaimed album]], album, ''Gold Cobra''. As of 2012, the band signed with Cash Money Records.
30th Jan '16 1:22:45 PM wyattte
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Limp Bizkit provides the following trope examples:

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Limp Bizkit provides the following trope examples:
!!All right, partner. Keep on tropin', baybeh. You know what time it is.






* IconicItem: Fred Durst's signature backwards [[NiceHat red Yankees cap]]. Wes Borland is also known for wearing face and body paint or masks.

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* IconicItem: Fred Durst's signature backwards [[NiceHat red Yankees cap]]. cap]].
** IconicOutfit:
Wes Borland is also known for wearing face and body paint or masks.



* LongRunnerLineUp: Despite Wes Borland leaving the band a few times, the band still has the same line-up after 16 years.
** Subverted though, since DJ Lethal has left the band.

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* LongRunnerLineUp: Despite Wes Borland leaving the band a few times, the band still has had the same line-up after 16 years.
** Subverted though, since
for a decade and a half. This ended when DJ Lethal has left split from the band.


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* WackyGuy: Wes Borland, of course.
20th Jan '16 3:16:18 PM wyattte
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* CarefulWithThatAxe: Fred's guttural, throat-shredding scream is a frequent offender. "Indigo Flow" is a long series of {{Shout Out}}s to other musicians, until...
-->'''Fred:''' You know what's up, dialed into the planet, and God, '''''I LOVE YOUUUUUUUUUUUUU!!!!!'''''



* NewSoundAlbum: Had two ones with different responses. Critics ''hated'' the NewSoundAlbum attempt ''Results May Vary'' with Mike Smith, and fans mostly found it average(though it did manage to go platinum despite the negative reviews) which started off with their usual sound then detoured into a bunch of other things, mostly AlternativeRock and ballads. Then Wes Borland returned and they made another one, ''The Unquestionable Truth (Part 1)'', which was '''much''' better received, due to Borland's presence.
* NuMetal: TropeCodifier.

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* NewSoundAlbum: Had two ones with different responses. Critics ''hated'' the NewSoundAlbum attempt ''Results May Vary'' with Mike Smith, and fans mostly found it average(though it did manage to go platinum despite the negative reviews) which started off with their usual sound then detoured into a bunch of other things, mostly AlternativeRock and ballads. Then Wes Borland returned and they made another one, ''The Unquestionable Truth (Part 1)'', which 1)''. Armed with some extra post-hardcore influence, this was '''much''' better received, due to Borland's presence.
presence, but it wasn't promoted very well and subsequently flopped.
* NuMetal: NuMetal[=/=]RapMetal: TropeCodifier.


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** Also "A Lesson Learned," a weird psychedelic/ambient experiment from ''Significant Other.''


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* SurprisinglyGentleSong: "Everything," "A Lesson Learned."
13th Jan '16 3:24:04 AM Nanogon
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* BlatantLies: band has been working on the new record "Stampede of the Disco Elephants" since 2012 and it's not released yet. The latest single "Endless Slaughter" was released on August 1st, 2014 - now guess, do they really work on the album?
9th Jan '16 3:51:03 AM Nanogon
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* MohsScaleOfRockAndMetalHardness: generally about 7, ocasionally some songs from "Three Dollar Bill Y'All$" and "The Unquestionable Truth" hit a hard 8 or soft 9 while "Results May Vary" and songs like "Everything" and "Re-Arranged" can drop to 5 or lower.
30th Dec '15 5:51:30 AM Morgenthaler
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* [[HouseOfPain DJ Lethal]] - turntables

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* [[HouseOfPain [[Music/HouseOfPain DJ Lethal]] - turntables
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